Recalls: Kroger, Trader Joe's Recalling Nut Mix And Broccoli-Kale Salad Due To Listeria ConcernsKroger supermarkets and Trader Joe's are recalling some food products from a major supplier because of concerns they may be contaminated with a dangerous strain of listeria.
Health Department: No Known Illnesses From Mouse Poison Sprayed At Ann Arbor Grocery StoresMeantime, an FBI investigation is ongoing.
Police: Suspect Admits To Spraying Mouse Poison On Produce At Michigan Whole Foods, Other StoresA suspect has been arrested in connection with contaminating food at several grocery stores in the Ann Arbor and surrounding areas.
Republic Of Tea Recalls Green Tea Over Salmonella FearsRepublic of Tea is recalling one of its green tea blends as a precaution.
Detroit To Begin Shutting Off Water Monday To Those Who OweA Detroit water official says crews will begin shutting off service on Monday to people behind on bill payments.
Some Lawmakers Say Some Police Ill-Equipped For OverdosesThe bill's sponsor says some rural police aren't properly equipped to rescue people undergoing heroin or prescription opioid overdoses.
U-M Nursing Students Use Mannequins Capable Of Bleeding, Vomiting, Even Giving BirthThe simulation exercises mimic real-life patient situations that many nursing students won't see in their clinical rotations.
CDC: Teen Birth Rates Plunge, But Racial Disparities PersistBirth rates are falling dramatically for black and Hispanic teenagers, but they continue to be much higher than the birth rate for white teens.
State Police Posts Collecting Expired, Unused PrescriptionsAuthorities say Saturday's events at 29 posts are part of an effort to curb prescription drug abuse.
Michigan Gets $17.2M From Settlement In Drug Discount Case“Gaming the system of drug pricing doesn’t work for Michigan taxpayers who paid more than needed to support the Medicaid program,."
Indy Race Car Driver Charlie Kimball Manages The Diabetes CourseIndy driver Charlie Kimball has a special message ahead of the Detroit Grand Prix race this year.
Personalized Medicine May Hold New Path For Controlling SeizuresDoctors are using personalized medicine to help patients determine which therapy will work best for them.

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